A Howard Hanna listing has made the local news after being put on the real estate market for the first time in 50 years.
Listed by Vera Purcell of the Howard Hanna Mt. Lebanon Office, the classic Tudor-style home at 110 Inglewood Drive received a fabulous write-up detailing its stunning and unique features. These include a two-story wall of leaded glass windows in the home’s entryway, as well as carved oak railings.
The article, published in Pittsburgh Magazine, also dives into the history of the house, which was the childhood home of seller Greg Toto:
His parents, Joan and George Toto, purchased the classic Tudor at 110 Inglewood Drive when he was 10. While the couple traveled extensively for work, this house was their permanent residence.
“My dad was a trained electrical engineer and worked in nuclear energy with Westinghouse,” Greg says. “He worked on the USS Nautilus, the first nuclear submarine.”
While the house search was on, young Greg pleaded with his parents not to purchase one with a large lot.
“At 10, I had to mow the lawn,” he recalls with a laugh.
His request went unheeded, as this house sits on a double lot filled with trees and grass. Inside, the three-bedroom, two- and one-half-bath home is filled with stunning architecture.
To read the full feature article and tour this beautiful home, click here.